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The US president attacks his French counterpart's calls for an EU army ahead of talks in Paris.
Scientists in South Africa have come up with an innovative way to make bricks from urine.
Hollywood stars are among those fleeing their homes as another fire further north leaves nine dead.
Five other people are missing and nearly 4,000 tourists are evacuated from the ancient city of Petra.
A caravan of migrants who claim they are fleeing poverty and violence is making its way to the US border.
Juan Emilio Cheyre is the most senior figure held accountable so far for Pinochet-era abuses.
Anita Cenerini fought for years to have her son's death recognised as linked to his active duty.
The endangered African wild dog will enthral TV viewers when it features in David Attenborough's new Dynasties series.
The deadly collapse of a dilapidated apartment building has traumatised Marseille.
Cesar Sayoc is accused of sending mail bombs to critics of US President Donald Trump.
The youngest congresswoman flexes her millennial credentials by waiting for paycheck before renting.
The president alleged voter fraud, without any evidence, in a contested US Senate race in Florida.
Residents of a California town devastated by a mass shooting are now fleeing a deadly wildfire.
The owner of a hotel dies in bomb blasts, three years after his father was killed in a similar attack.
It comes amid a political crisis following President Sirisena's attempt to replace the prime minister.
The man charged the rings to her credit card and the couple broke up a few months after the proposal.
The doctor on trial, who has not been named, euthanised a 74-year-old Alzheimer's patient in 2016.
Politician Carmen Medel discovers her daughter has been killed while in the Mexican congress.
Thousands are evacuated as blazes near Los Angeles and Sacramento are fanned by strong winds.
The frigate had been in touch with the oil tanker before they hit each other in a fjord on Thursday.